Leadership & Anti Racist Practice
Neha is a strong female leader with a 20 years of wide ranging strategic business experience across corporate, hospitality and charity settings. Leading from her heart, Neha works with a number of charities who are driving social change and fighting racial and gender inequality.
Her key skills include:
Proven experience in a large business settings to define strategic roadmaps, influence and obtain sponsorship & funding and lead delivery against plans
A real passion for leading, developing and coaching people across international teams
A love for communication in all forms - presenting to large audiences, connecting with people from different backgrounds, breaking down complex information or seeking buy in from stakeholders
A lived experience of racial & gender discrimination and generational history of slavery and exploitation
Experience of working as a volunteer, trustee & advisory board member with refugees, asylum seekers and survivors of human trafficking and modern day slavery
Neha has a strong passion for helping organisations to thrive and grow through diversity, inclusion and anti-racism practices.
The Nguni Bantu term ‘Ubuntu’ really captures her internal essence. Ubuntu, meaning humanity is sometimes translated as ‘I am because we are’ but often is used in a more philosophical sense to mean ‘the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity’. It is her mission to find ways to do more, to be better and to create a future that is built on the tragic lessons of our pasts.